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Democrats are voting on November 2nd this election?

Well, according to the First Lady, I guess so.  Sounds like a good idea to me.  🙂  There’s also a special election set up for them on November 7th.

Michelle Obama, speaking yesterday at a campaign event in Florida:

So that one new voter that you register in your precinct — think about it — that one neighbor that you get to the polls on November the 2 I want you to understand, that could be the one that makes the difference. That one conversation, that one new volunteer you recruit, that could be the one that puts this over the top.

The presidential election this year is November 6.

Posted:  08.23.12 A. D. @ 12:17 p.m.

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Obama negative? Nah!


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ABC premieres Good Christian Bitches – Coming Soon: Good Muslim Bitches

Oh, dear.  I just can’t imagine how much this must offend the  liberal (bigoted) word police and their sensitivity to “women’s issues” and crude language and all, and most of all their high respect for other people’s religion.

I’m waiting on ABC/Disney to launch a new show called “Good Muslim Bitches.”  Uh Huh.

Can you say Hypocrites?  Double-standard?  Phony bastards?


Posted:  03.08.12 @ 9:30 a.m.

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“War on Women” – is that civil? Are those words that heal?

The use of term “War on Women” adopted by the democrats to describe the phony birth control issue and the president’s phony news conference today reminded me of this post from January of 2011 and the big deal the press and the democrats made about some obscure “bulls eye or target” Sarah Palin had in a campaign ad, using that as something they claimed had motivated the Tucson shooter.

And obama never did answer the question whether he should return the million dollars given to his campaign by liberal foul mouth, Bill Maher.

Democrats are a bunch of hypocrites – damn straight.


Posted:  03.06.12 @ 3:27 p.m.

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Monument to be erected to honor Letterman

Have they begun the construction of the image yet?  They could put it out right next to the Statue of Liberty.  She can hold her torch and he can hold his, uh, …..

He is so cute, making a joke about doing his female employees – not employee, but employees. Forget about workplace sexual harrassment.  All you bosses, you just go for it.  Don’t worry about a thing, certainly not from the National Organization “for” Women.  Being in a position of power, hey, that just makes it easier for you.  But nobody in their right mind would have worried about that anyway, not since a president of the United States got it on with an intern in the Oval Office. Nothing could ever top that one.

Just don’t forget the Number One Rule, in fact the Only Rule:  You have to be a liberal/progressive/democrat.

Thumbs up, Dave.

Oh, and maybe there will be enough room for a memorial to Roman Pelanski, just so everybody will know it’s all right to drug and sodomize a minor and then run from justice.  Might as well release that guy who kidnapped the little 11 year old girl and kept her in the backyard all these years.  Give the man a medal.

UPDATE:  Interesting.  CBS has removed all You Tube clips of the Letterman “explanation” and has not issued an official version.

Copies of the segment were uploaded almost immediately to YouTube by users, but many of them were flagged by CBS for removal, citing copyright claims. The network did not provide an official copy.

“It’s incredibly odd to see CBS sitting on viral gold like that, especially when you consider how they spew out dozens of official clips a day,” said David Burch, a marketing director at TubeMogul, which tracks online viewership of videos.


Posted:  10.03.09  Updated:  10.04 @ 10:18 p.m.


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Obama: Do as I say, Not as I do

Remember this? 

Pitching his message to Oregon’s environmentally-conscious voters, Obama called on the United States to “lead by example” on global warming, and develop new technologies at home which could be exported to developing countries.

“We can’t drive our SUVs and eat as much as we want and keep our homes on 72 degrees at all times … and then just expect that other countries are going to say OK,” Obama said.

“That’s not leadership. That’s not going to happen,” he added.

But that was then.  And this is now.  The Bush rule of jackets in the Oval Office has been scraped by our new president:


“The capital flew into a bit of a tizzy when, on his first full day in the White House, President Obama was photographed in the Oval Office without his suit jacket. There was, however, a logical explanation: Mr. Obama, who hates the cold, had cranked up the thermostat.

“He’s from Hawaii, O.K.?” said Mr. Obama’s senior adviser, David Axelrod, who occupies the small but strategically located office next door to his boss. “He likes it warm. You could grow orchids in there.”

Isn’t it just like a liberal.  Tells you to turn your thermostat down, but I will turn my thermostat up so high “you can grow orchids” in the room.

Typical hypocrisy and double standard.

H/T: Deceiver.com.

Posted:  01.29.09

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Sarah’s New Clothes

Just another example of the way the press has gone after Sarah Palin is found in the reaction or over-reaction to the cost of her clothing and shoes and makeup and hair, stuff women young and old just love.  I don’t think there’s a woman alive who would not die for a celebrity make-over, even if they didn’t like the look and went back to their old self in a few days.

And I have no problem at all with Sarah looking her best on the campaign trail.  Especially since she has said they are not her property and will be given as charity or auctioned with the money given to a good cause.  I hope she keeps them, but Sarah has said that she has mainly shopped at a consignment shop in Wasilla and a shoe store she called the name of but I can’t remember right off the bat.  But, hey, I have no problem whatsoever if she gets a few things from Neiman Marcus or Saks Fifth Avenue.  I’d shop there myself if I could get the chance.

But it is not so much the amount of money spent on the clothes but the tone with which it is reported.

Huffington Post:

“…..the revelation of the clothing expenditures offers what some Democrats see as a chance not just to win several news cycles during the campaign’s waning days but to severely damage Palin’s image as a small-town, ‘Joe Six-Pack’ American.

“It shows that Palin ain’t like the rest of us,” Tom Matzzie, a Democratic strategist told the Huffington Post, when asked how the party would or could use the issue. “It can help deflate her cultural populism with the Republican base. The plumber’s wife doesn’t go to Nieman’s or Saks.”

or the remarks from “Deal Divas”:

“On ‘What Not to Wear,’ Clinton and Stacy manage to build an entire wardrobe for their client for a mere $5,000.

Palinvalentino“But what is truly stunning is that Palin didn’t get more bang for her buck. Her style is smart, but uninspired. Remember the oatmeal jacket from the RNC convention?

“Turns out, it was a $2,500 Valentino.  We could have done just as well at Target for a fraction of the cost.

“Perhaps the true tragedy is that our hockey mom didn’t even get to enjoy her glam girl shopping spree. The clothes were picked out by consultants and have to be returned to the GOP, which will be donating them to charity.”


Compared to this from Luxaholics:

Michelle O – First Lady of Fashion

Referring to her “look” for the DNC speech:  “Lisa Pinto says of Michelle’s confident look, “Michelle’s style can best be described as timeless. Choosing items that are always modern and chic, Mrs. Obama possesses a natural and unpretentious sophistication, which is reflected in her clothing.”


“Michelle Obama’s style has been nothing short of stellar since her husband announced his candidancy. The dress worn last night by Thakoon, a VOGUE favorite, made it clear why she recently made Vanity Fair magazine’s 69th Annual Best Dressed List. In the article she was dubbed “Commander In Sheath” for sporting fashion forward dresses in classic lines that are not typical First Lady attire.”


And the cost of Michelle’s stellar style?  I don’t know.  I don’t think the Obama campaign released that little bit of information.

And who could forget the gush-fest Michelle Obama unleashed when she wore a $148 Donna Ricco dress on “The View” and told the audience, “You put a little pin on it and you’ve got something going on.” That little moment overshadowed all the thousand-dollar designer ensembles featuring Thakoon, Isabel Toledo and others that she has worn.

But as I said, it’s not so much the words but the tone.  The approval.  The disapproval.  But on second thought, it is about the words.  Michelle’s style is “timeless, modern, and chic.”  Sarah, her style is “smart but uninspired.”

And there is no bias? Nah.

Posted:  10.25.08


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